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PS: The Most Effective Way to destroy a Good Movie

Intro:

Many movies are excellent in some ways, but nonetheless they are unbearable for you.

Which of these "awkward production-mistreats" annoys you the most?

Please tell here.

Suggestions:

Movie-ideas which often destroy the impression on the movie for you. Please think of movies where that happened and then take the principle of it and think of a more popular movie, which has the same principle. Why? - To reach as much as possible people. You might have seen a principle in a movie that anoyed you several times in other movies. But when you take exact this movie, it might be too unpopular to make the principle clear to other people. So I take a more popular movies with the same principle of another movie which annoyed you even more. I hope I did explain it as good as possible.

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls505594263/

Poll: TBD

Responses

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4 d ago

@Breumaster,

Please change the title of your list from:

The Most Effective Way to destroy a Good Movie

To:

The Most Effective Way to Destroy a Good Movie

Please correct from:

2 Stroboscobic flickering and rotating colors or psychodelic effects in a too high ammount.

 

To:

2 Excessive stroboscopic flickering and rotating colors or psychedelic effects.

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@dan_dassow 

Thank you, Dan. I changed it. The changes are very good.

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3 d ago

Please correct #1 

Awful scores which distract you from the story,

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@Jessica 

Thank you, Jessica. I corrected it.

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3 d ago

"mistreats" isn't a word, perhaps you mean mistreatment or misdeeds.

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@Peter_pbn 

Thank you. I changed it to mistreatments.

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3 d ago

FYC:

Movies getting historical events wrong either by choice or by mistake like 10,000 BC (2008) - Reference View - IMDb

Movies that are untrue to their source material like Fantastic Four (2005) - Reference View - IMDb

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@Pencho15 

Thank you, Pencho. Good points. Added both.

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3 d ago

I am not sure I got the idea, but I hate when people fly too much in kungfu movies: the excessive use of cables and wires in martial art films. I have no example because I do not watch to the end...

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@mariojacobs 

Well, Mario. Although I like those scenes in some movies when they are made artful like in 'Chan-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings' or 'Hero', I got it that many people don't like it. So I'll take it on the list, but I'll figure out tomorrow. Thank you for the interesting option, which - I guess so - many people would choose.

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P.S.: I know some of these movies so it will be easy to pick one for the list. Maybe I'll put it together with "... or accidential bad looking physics."

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Although I really love Hero, I took it as an example. I gave the movie a 10/10, because for me it's simply perfect, but I realized that there are many people who can't find a thing on it. I know these scenes are always full of far-east symbolism and I really enjoy the slow showing of the trial of strenght within. I've put it on the list. Thank you for suggesting.